Restaurant: Spices

Debbie and I went to Spices with Rita and Bob. Rita suggested the restaurant. The restaurant seats 96 people at various 2, 4 and 6 tops plus 12 seats at the bar.

We ordered Edamame – Whole green soy bean pods, steamed & lightly salted for the table.

Bob ordered Miso soup – Tofu, seaweed & scallions. I ordered Seabass Spring Rolls, crispy spring rolls filled with Chilean sea bass & shitake mushrooms. While I ate most of the spring rolls a couple of the others had bites.

For the table we ordered:

Whole duck – served with pancakes, cucumbers, scallions and plum sauce;

Crispy Shumai – homemade open-faced dumplings with chicken, shrimp and shitake mushrooms;

Bulgogi Kimchi Fried Rice – Korean style spicy fried rice with grilled thin slices rib eye steak and Kimchi, served in hot stone pot;

Vegetables Hot Pot – Cellophane noodles, Napa cabbage, scallions, onions, carrots

The men’s room floor is covered with rectangular wooden strips and very large tiles covering the walls. There is a white ceramic wall-hanging urinal to the left as you enter the restroom. Across the room are two wall-hanging white ceramic rectangular wash basins with a mirror above them. Dead ahead as you enter is a commode area with a grey metal wall and door, open at the bottom and top. In this area there is a white ceramic floor mounted commode.

3331 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008